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Sometimes you don't get over it. Everybody has their own demons

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It can cause depression, life is tuff. You will just have to think of the good side of things

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If you have recently lost someone special I'm very very sorry, there are 2 things to do, 1 try not to think about it and let it get at you 2 tell It to people and let out the sadness and cry, crying is good

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Personally, I don't let things like that get to me. No use in crying and being depressed over something you can't change. Just let it sink in and deal with it. That's what I do.

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After some time passes by you come to understanding it was what god wanted. It wasn't a " goodbye " it was " I'll see you soon " you'll meet again. Just because someone died doesn't mean they are gone. They are in your heart forever. God takes the best. Best things are worth the wait. Wait a little while and you'll meet again. Everybody dies. Everybody cries. It'll be okay eventually it may not seem okay now but it will be. Pain is a game we all gotta play. The person you lost is happier than ever. Keep that in mind. Get hope you'll see them again someday. Get Faith that you can hold on until that day comes. Look at the good memories and not so much of the bad ones. You'll see them again someday. <'33

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You never totally get over a death, especially any loved one. Just keep their memory alive in your heart. My grandfather died in 1998, I was 26, and I still think about him everyday. Keep in mind, everyone deals with things differently, than the next person.

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People don't....

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People CAN.
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They cry

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Idk

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Don't be emotional and understand what is life-cycle, you can be fine !!

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It depends on the person, but generally people grieve. They have to come to terms with the fact that their loved one is no longer physically present. This process leads to denial, anger, and hurt until eventually it is accepted. People grieve differently. Some people completely shut themselves off from the world, whole others need the company of others. In short, it's not easy, but some come to accept the fact that the person lives on in their memories.

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09/12 widower w/ 2 boys. mourn, be sad and utterly freaked out - but don't let it incapacitate you. suck it up and be a mom too (try to) yeh, and disneyland is good therapy. costs less / better results

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